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we have amateur video taken moments after an officer involved shooting in san francisco. she was in jail for three years, this morning, casey anthony walked free. could the u.s. women become world soccer champions today? what they're doing to prepare for the big match, and how you can watch the game.
good morning everyone. >> rosemary, i do hate to use those windshield wipers in july, but i did this morning. >> as we get out the door this morning, we've got clouds, we've got fog, we've got drizzle. in the afternoon, we will see the partly cloudy skies. we're waking up just a tad bit warmer this morning than a day ago. we'll show you what we finally will get back to that 90-degree weather coming up. a fatal officer involved shooting sparked protests. today we have new video of the aftermath. >> reporter: good morning, we're standing right where that incident happened. that 19-year-old wound up right here on the other side of that chain link barricade. this whole incident started
over there in that area where the t third mine runs. that's where police say that 19- year-old was a fare evader. they say the 19-year-old took off on foot. >> during the course of the foot pursuit, as this point, we believe the suspect fired backwards at the officers. the officers returned fire in self-defense. >> reporter: a viewer emailed a link to this video at ktvu. it shows what the videographer shows as a handgun. witnesses have questions about whether the 19-year-old really had a weapon at the time of the shooting. >> i think the police of san francisco is trying to cover their behinds. you got to find the weapon. you claim you had one, you got to find it.
>> reporter: this is new video from overnight, the issue spilled out of the bay view and into the mission district. a group of protesters took to the streets angry about the deadly police shooting. those protesters up ended garbage cans, and newspaper racks. so far, san francisco police have not released the name of the young man they shot yesterday, we will continue to follow up on this story, and bring you updates throughout the morning. for right now, we're live in san francisco. friends and family of the young man found shot to death at a hayward gas station are coming together to remember his knife. police have no one in custody, caldwell was best friends with the late officer grant. the two were at the fruitvale bart station, when grant died in a police shooting. >> they were good friends, and
were helping to help my niece. right next to each other. they were friends in life, and they'll be friends in death. >> reporter: there is still a $5 million civil rights lawsuit filed by caldwell, pending against bart. a woman was hit and killed by a minivan overnight. a woman was struck in the southbound direction of old monterey highway. she was declared dead at the scene. investigators say the driver of the minivan stopped and stayed to talk to investigators. it's still unknown what caused that accident. a 12-year-old boy is recovering after being hit while riding his bike in san jose. the boy was taken to santa clara valley medical center with life-threatening jeers, but we're now told he is expected to pull through. that accident remains under
investigation. a series of death threats were left on the voice mail of barbara boxer last week. police arrested kevin o'connell as his home and booked him into the county jail. bail stands at half a million dollars. he is scheduled to make his first court appearance on tuesday. the august 2 deadline to raise the nation's debt ceiling is getting closer. those talks are not expected to include congressional leaders or president obama. big spending cuts are likely to be part of any deal. however, proem also wants tax increases on the wealthy to be included. republicans have argued against any tax hikes. after three years hinds
bars, casey an none -- behind bars, casey anthony is a free woman. a jury acquitted her earlier this month of killing her daughter caylee. it is not clear where they is now. security experts say anthony needs to keep a low profile, due to the anger caused over her verdict. her release caused brief chaos. look at that large crowd, they had gather today see the woman walk out as a free woman. it is similar to that of a large crowd that gathered outside an orlando court room to see the trial. but in that crowd were angry protesters, because they believe she's getting away. >> a 6-year-old would have made a more conscious effort and decision than what they did. >> to boycott casey. that she gets no money. >> most people outside that courthouse say they did not
agree with the verdict. others say the judicial system did its job and the verdict should be respected. good morning to you, outside our doors this morning. same story, just a different day. take a look at all of that gray out there. we've got the drizzle around the bay area as well. temperatures up by 2 to 4 degrees from yesterday morning. 59 right now in oakland. 57 san francisco. 60degrees in concord. 61 for fairfield, and it looks like the marine layer not as extensive. your satellite view again, there's that trough, easy to see right off the west coast, it's going to park itself there for a couple of days, finally lifting out for tuesday. the clouds, the fogging, the drizzle through the morning hours. afternoon, temperatures will be slightly warmer. especially inland, you may notice it, the rest of us, along the coastline, it's going
to be cool and gray again. mid-70s santa rosa. 74 in sonoma. another pleasant day inland. 73 for vallejo. 66 in areas around richmond. 67 for berkely. 68 for oakland. 80 expected for antioch this morning. caster valley with 71 this won. mid-70s santa clara. 74 in sunny sale. 75 expected in cupertino. another cool day in san francisco, although a tad warmer than yesterday, but likely to be mostly gray. 63 for the afternoon. 70 san mateo. pacifica, sitting at 58 degrees. the extended forecast here. continue this slow warm up, monday into tuesday, our inland
areas still expected to warm back up into the 80s. it takes until about thursday, before we finally hit 90 degrees or so. so a little below average for this time of year, all the way through middle next week. mid-60s by thursday, with mostly sunny skies. the 25th annual aids walk gets underway this morning. we'll have that forecast for you in just a few moments. checking in on traffic. highway 4 is back open now after overnight road work there. caltran had all lanes shut down in antioch. part of the road widening project between pittsburgh and highway 160. let's head west now to the golden gate bridge, the fog is covering the north and south tower there. that big doyle drive construction project is still going on right now. both directions of highway 1 are shut down between lake street and the northbound approach to the golden gate bridge. they won't be back open until
11:00 this morning. the work is part of a seismic upgrade project. coming up, we'll take a look at the progress so far. show off your red, white, and blue colors today. you can join bay area soccer fans in watching the women's finals. it will be shone on a giant screen at san francisco's civillic plaza. nearly 18 million americans watched the 1999 finals. this year's team went through a final practice before today's big game. the u.s. squares off against japan. the sentimental favorite in the wake of the earthquake and the tsunami. an american win, means they would win a record setting third straight cup. >> not only that, they're a great team. they're technically one of the best teams of the tournament.
i do think we have the edge physically, our fitness level, just our strength. >> the u.s. team has several bay area connections, including alex morgan, and three stanford graduates. well, were bicyclists actually able to take on a plane? the carmageddon competition, also an upgrade on the construction this morning. what's been driving hundreds of california dairy farms out of business over the past three years?
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despite fears of carmageddon, the weekend traffic is moving. we should mention that 405 shut dune on friday night. so -- shut down on friday night. so crews could demolish part of a bridge. that freeway is a major traffic artery, which carries thousands of cars every day. with the closures, many were afraid surface streets and other freeways would clog up. >> what we want to emphasize to people is, its working. its working because they're cooperating. they're stating away from -- staying away from the west side. >> the 405 freeway is scheduled to reopen tomorrow morning, just in time for that morning rush hour commute. jetblue airlines selling $4 flights between long beach and burbank, and that inspired a so- called carmageddon competition. cyclists and a passenger raced to find out who could make that
trip the fastest. those cyclists won. they made that trip in about 90 minutes. at that point, that jetblue passenger hadn't even taken off from burbank. the rest of the country is facing another hike. several airlines announced they're raising domestic fares. going to go up by 4 to $10. the last time the industry implemented this type of broad increase was back in april. this week, republican presidential candidates will debate each other, and they will be getting their questions via twitter. the teaparty.net website is hosting the first ever presidential debate on wednesday. users will be able to tweet their answers in 140 characters or less.
republican presidential hopeful ron paul is on the campaign trail this weekend. the texas congressman spent some time talking to potential voters at a coffee shop in new hampshire. he says he's been focused on the nation's growing deficit. he said the debt ceiling should not be increased. and campaigning on a harley yesterday in salt lake city. this is huntsman's first visit to salt lake city. mitt romney pulling almost 70 points ahead of huntsman among voters. secretary of state hillary rodham clinton lend as helping hand to greece. she is in athens this morning, to show american support for the financial crisis. greece is working with the european union. she visits india tomorrow, and later indonesia, hong kong, and
china. recent bombings in mumbai fueled speculation she would cancel her trip to southeast asia. but she said the u.s. most show solidarity with india. china is criticizing president obama today for his meeting with the dalai lama. he reiterated that the u.s. does not support independence for tibet. china accuses of dalai lama of being a separatist. earlier this year, he stepped down from his political role, and says he is now only the spiritual leader of the tibetens. the country's biggest supermarket chain admits it sold beef from cattle that ate nuclear contaminated feed.
the cattle ate straw from are radiation continues to leak from a nuclear plant damaged in the march earthquake and tsunami. the country says it sold the beef at 14 stores in tokyo. california dairy farmers are losing money. production costs have negated some of those gains. in the past two years, california lost 250 independent dairies. many of them family operated for generations. consumers can expect a 5% jump in dairy prices this year. time now is 7:18. trouble in air travel. how hail that pelted the denver area is still causing troubles for passengers this morning. how one bay area man's mission is saving lives for men
time now, 7:20, and golf ball sized hail that pelted the denver area is still causing problems. planes are being moved around the country to be repaired. >> it's the structures underneath the skin of the airplane that give the aircraft its strength. >> the airline says they worked for cancelation of almost 140 flights through monday. frontier is urging travelers to check their flight status online. the rest of the country is dealing with another extreme, a
heat wave. hot temperatures continue to grip much of the u.s. temperatures in some areas are 15 degrees higher than normal. blistering heat has prompted health warnings in cities such as milwaukee. the mayor has even designated eight cool spots where sprinklers will continually run at parks. >> use the sprinklers, use the pools. >> check up on your neighbors, friends and relatives. i know a viewer just sent us a note about the sugar town festival, and street fair. can you give us an idea of it's going to be like over there? >> temperatures up slightly from yesterday. we're talking upper 50s, low 60s. a live look outside our door, we do have partly cloudy skies. the further you go inland, that marine layer not as extensive
as we saw yesterday. we're even dealing with drizzle this morning. the a.i.d.s. walk in san francisco, kicking off about 9:00 in golden gate park. take a look at those temperatures, sitting in the upper 50s. we're really not going to budge a lot from there. meanwhile, our afternoon highs giving you a look along the coast, just a bunch of green. 60s expected along the peninsula. it looks like the east bay dealing with 60s as well. oakland, berkely, richmond, a lot of 70s out there. take a look at all of that yellow. a pleasant day for inland areas, a few of us hitting the low 80s, around antioch, and the farther you go inland. and south of san jose, morgan hill sh and perhaps gilroy. it's going to take a while before we finally see temperatures rebound to near normal. thursday, we're barely going to get there. inland spots sitting in the 80s
most of the week. 90s expected for some spots on thursday. warmer inland, the coast still rather cool. mid-60s for your thursday. back to you. well, about 200 active duty troops and veterans marched in san diego's gay pride parade. they wore shirts declaring their branch of service. parade organizers think this is the first time a military contingent participated in the event. on friday, a federal appeal's court temporarily reinstated the don't ask, don't tell policy. by the military will lift that ban within the next few weeks. it all started with one box shipped off to a long time friend, a commander at war for one bay area man. that one box has now grown in the last year to two tons of supplies a month being sent directly to american forces on
the frontlines. >> it's 130 degrees over there in summer time, and they're drinking well water. >> he founded troops direct. >> they need it, we can get it there teams faster fan internal military supply lines can. >> he says he packs 50-pound boxes, filled with gear, hygiene, nutrition, medical support, even tennis balls for k-9 troops. >> we send over chalk powder that our servicemen are using to identify where roadside bombs are in place. in worst case scenarios, they're using bottle caps. >> in one instance, his sergeant told him, they were pinned down by enemy fire in rugged terrain for an extended period of time. >> knowing what was in those boxing would keep them going. in the end, they are were
eating protein powder raw, that we were supplying them. >> reporter: those stories are motivation. >> i think the best thing is when somebody like a colonel comes to me, and tells me the troops district is single handily changing the manner in which his service members operate on the frontlines. >> he says troops district is not about endorsing war, or the politics surrounding war. he says it's about providing for the men and women fighting for the united states. time now, 7:26. the effort underway to bring another minor league baseball team to the bay area. plus, after overnight shut down on a busy highway. why caltrans is calling this a major milestone. plus, the new video overnight of fallout of an officer involved shooting in san francisco continues.
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first, friends and family members of the woman who's body was found in rockwood are raising a fundraiser this morning. her burned body was discovered on thursday. investigators are following several leads in her death, but so far, no arrests have been made, today's fundraiser begins at 11:00 a.m. at the east lake, ymca in oakland. the money raised will go forward funeral costs and a trust that has been set up for her 1-year-old son. a richmond neighborhood is working to improve its image. residents in the city's iron triangle neighborhood. police say a $5 million redevelopment grant transformed a park and community center into a safe place for residents. >> we came together, and decided to change the dynamic of this park to improve the conditions of this park to make
a better place. >> city leaders hope yesterday's event encouraging politicians not to cut funding to much needed redevelopment projects. if you need it, baseball will come to san rafael. the city council tomorrow is going to consider a proposal that would allow a company to renovate albert park baseball field. doing that would bring a minor league team to san rafael. opponents are concerned about alcohol consumption, and increased traffic. san francisco's golden gate park along with other city parks may soon have new business partners. the examiner reports, the recreation, and parks department is considering allowing new businesses to reopen to allow new revenue. the city of south san francisco wants to snuff out teen smoking. councilmembers tell the san francisco examiner, they do not
want a second smoking shop, so the city extended a ban on issuing permits for stores that sell tobacco. city officials are also considering anti-smoking campaigns. firefighters will conduct a prescribed burn along the peninsula tomorrow morning. cal fire crews and researchers from stanford university will use the burn to study the impacts of fire retardants. just over one acre of grassland will be burned. cal fire says it should only take about one hour. contra coste county investigators are looking for vandals who popped over more than a dozen fire hydrants. authorities say fire hydrants were open some time between friday night, and saturday morning. fire officials say this is not a harmless prank, because if hydrants are damaged, they could be unavailable in an emergency. firefighters in oakland are investigating a small fire at a
school on wester street near 17th yesterday morning. crews say the fire was contained to the basement at armstrong university, which made it more difficult to fight. about 75 to 80 firefighters responded. firefighters say they believe the cause of the fire was accidental, but it's still under investigation. time now 7:32. people who want to see san francisco mayor ed lee stay on the job made a new push this weekend. >> ed lee, we've got your back, yeah. >> reporter: members of run ed run walked the streets in the bay view. lee has said he wants to return to his old city administrator post when he returns. >> we need to work together and ed is the one who can promote the rational harmony that we need in the city that has been lacking for years and years. >> members of run ed run have until august 12 to convince ed
lee to run for mayor. fallout does continue over that police involved shooting in san francisco that left a 19- year-old man dead. big questions remain about what the man was doing when he was shot. this morning, ktvu's christian trappen has the latest from san francisco, including new cell phone video of the aftermath. >> reporter: we're here at the intersection of 3rd and oakdale. this is where that shooting happened, and the young man actually wound up right next to that black car, where that black car is sitting. the incident started over there in that area, the platform you can see for the t 3rd line. police say that 19-year-old was a fare evader, and that the young man took off on foot. >> during the course of the foot pursuit, we believe the suspect fired backwards at the officers. the officers returned fire in self-defense. >> reporter: now, a viewer emailed a link to this video to
ktvu shot moments after that shooting. a handgun on the ground, and identifies a bistander as a man who picked up a cell phone and that gun, and walked away from the scene. >> i think the police of san francisco is trying to cover their behinds. you got to find a weapon. you claim you had one, you got to find one. >> reporter: now this is new video from last night. the issue now spilling out of the bay view into the mission direct. they took to the streets at 19th and valencia, angry by the deadly police shooting. that went on until about 1:00 this morning. now we have had several neighbors here in the area come and tell us, there has been a very difficult relationship in this neighborhood between san francisco police and many of the neighbors here. they said there are many police
officers who don't have the people skills necessary to handle this neighborhood. we'll hear more from them later on this morning. meanwhile, we're still looking to hear from san francisco police about the identity of the 19-year-old who wound up dead. we should know about this afternoon, if the nation's second largest bookstore chain is going to go under. borders has until 5:00 p.m. to find a buyer. borders closed more than 200 stores nationwide, after it filed for bankruptcy in february. there are stores at san francisco's galleria, palo alto and sunnyvale. apple's next generation iphone is apparently going to run on all carriers. those carriers, along with at&t and verizon are beta testing
the new phones. for now, no one is willing to shea what new features the iphone 5 will have. good morning to you. another gray day in store late clearing around the bay area, our inland spots, another nice one to enjoy. back into the 70s and slightly warmer than what we saw yesterday. even drizzle reported outside our doors in some areas right along sfo, reporting even light rain, it is so thick coming down. current temperatures right now, a little warmer than yesterday. 56 in san francisco. 58 in oakland. 59 in livermore. 62degrees, stepping outside your door in san jose. the winds generally light out there this morning. we continue with the same pattern. we have this trough off the west coast. it's going to stick around for the next couple of days. only subtle changes expected in the forecast. just a whole lot more of the same going on. mostly clear skies above the
low cloud deck. but it's going to be another day of late clearing. a little bit of drizzle continuing. if you're headed out early, maybe for the a.i.d.s. walk, expect that damp water, in and around san francisco. low clouds and drizzle expected to be around with us today. around the bay area, we'll see the late day sun once again. the inland areas, definitely the best place to be these days with sunny skies in the afternoon. our temperatures feeling mild and warm. 78 expected at st. helena for the afternoon. 74 around napa. 73 expected in petaluma. 73 for vallejo. 78 expected for concord. this afternoon, antioch, you're going to hit 80 degrees. mid-70s in danville. right along the east bay, widespread 60s. oakland, berkely, and san leandro. mid-70s around the south bay.
san jose, 76. morgan hill, gilroy, expected to warm into the upper 70s, perhaps 80 degrees or so. for the afternoon along the coast, we're going to remain mostly gray. 60degrees, daly city. 58 pacifica. 63 in san francisco for the afternoon. 73 redwood city. extended forecast there, continue the slow, slow warm up. low 60s monday, tuesday, into wednesday along the coast. finally getting back to 65 degrees on thursday as this trough is expected to lift out of the area. and bring us more seasonal temperatures. rolling through the first half of next week for the inland spots. low 80s monday into tuesday. then back into the upper 80s, approaching 90 degrees by thursday. if you're going to head out to the a.i.d.s. walk this morning, we've got your forecast for you coming up in just a bit. time now, 7:39 on this sunday morning. a live look outside at interstate 880 in oakland. things looking smoothly.
good anymore ets in both directions. let's show you a map of the area. this effects the northbound and southbound lanes of highway 1 or parker city boulevard at highway 101 north of the mcarthur tunnel. the closure started last night at 8:00. it is going to stay in effect until 11:00 a.m. this morning. caltrans is calling this morning yet another milestone in the ongoing project. >> reporter: traffic on highway 1, and parker city boulevard is shut down right now. when it reopens, drivers will get awarded for the trouble in the form of an extra lane. >> highway 1 will be closed until sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. when they're able to open it, that southbound exit, if you're coming from the golden gate bridge, and to highway 1, that will be two lanes. it will be permanently two lanes from here forward. >> reporter: traffic considers getting traffic on the bridge
this morning, major milestone. doyle drive was built back into the 30s. caltran says it is time for it to come down. >> it's an old roadway. at the end of its life. there is no shoulders. traffic safety, and seismic safety. it has been retrofit, but it's substandard. >> reporter: the end of the $1 billion project is still 3 years away. when it's done, engineers say, instead of an out of date roadway -- >> in you're driving off the golden gate bridge and into the city, you're going to have much more open view of the city, of the landscape. >> all right, so let give you a look of what all of this is going to look like this morning. take a look on the left side of the screen, that yellow, that shows the lanes going through that tunnel.
on the right side of your screen, you see that green, that's the new alignment. there are detours set up, if you can avoid that area until then, that is probably the best thing to do. major new developments in the britain's phone hacking scandal. also, the role some big u.s. companies are playing in that investigation. er balloon with points?
today, they loaded a giant equipment request trash and old equipment from the space station. it is scheduled to land on thursday, capping the end of nasa's 30 year shuttle program. time now, 7:44. in news of the world, 31 of the 33 men trapped underground in a chilean mine last year are suing their government for negligence. they claim the agency assigned to oversea safety standards inside that mine failed to ensure a safe working environment. earlier this month, 14 of the miners said they wanted to retire, because they have not been able to overcome the physical, and psychological developments of their entrapment underground. hugo chavez has undergone cancer treatment. the chemotherapy comes nearly a
month after surgeons removed a cancerous tumor. in peru, archeologists discovered an unspoiled tomb. archeologists say the area is the first time they've found a figure in such a well preserved state. they also found a number of pieces of ceramic, and pottery, as well as the remains of three other people, the tomb date bask to around 1350 to 1400. the phone hacking scandal continues for rupert murdoch and news corps. london police arrested rebekah brooks today. brooks led murdoch's news international division, until this past friday when she resigned. she is facing charges for phone hackings that targeted celebrities, the families of 9/11 victims, as well as the
royal family. rupert murdoch took out full page ads yesterday, saying we are sorry for the scandal. even more ads today, saying the company will assist the ongoing police investigation. >> british public is engaged sh and i think where they're really concerned about is whether or not the american public is engaged. if that ever happened then yeah, you really should start writing news corps's obituaries. >> the hacking scandal has already brought down one of rupert murdochs executives in the united states. les hinten redesigned on friday. he worked for murdoch in britain when the phone hacking allegedly took place. the committee in charge of making sure all dow jones -- a gunshot victim hopes the
spare the life of a man who pulled the trigger. the shooting left him partially blind. right now, he is on death row. he was convicted of kiln an islamic man following the september 11 attacks. he is now suing the texas governor in hopes of stopping wednesday's execution. >> if mark is given a chance to believe, i believe he will be become a spokesperson against hate crimes. more states are passing bans on the popular new synthetic drug called bath salts. 28 states now have some sort of ban on the drug, which comes in powder and crystal form. users usually inject, snort, or smoke the drug. one man who works at a mental hospital says he has seen the effects first hand. >> i don't understand why
anyone would want to do it. it pretty much induces like a four day schizophrenic break, which is pretty severe. time now, 7:48, carmageddon is underway in los angeles. there is also a major closure planned here for the bay area. plus, encouraging news about alzheimer disease, and how it may be detected at an earlier age. outside our doors, much of the same, as we start your sunday. coming up, the gentle warm up expected for some areas.
>> luckily, my pajamas just broke and so, he just took my pajamas. >> park rangers used tracking dogs to hunt down the bear. they then shot it, fearing the animal would go after other people. two people were hurt from a train derailment in minnesota. it happened north of minneapolis. material did spill out onto those tracks. that drain belonged to the burlington santa fe company. an investigation is underway. more than 1300 motorcycle crashes occurred in the bay area in 2009. tomorrow, all state insurance is going to post caution signs at one of the dangerous intersections. the caution signs are yellow, diamond shaped with a black
silhouette of a motorcycle. transportation officials say both directions of the san mateo bridge are going to be shut down for two weekends some time next year. the bridge already went through repairs in 1999. investigators have since found a crack in a 30-foot beam on the bridge. there may be a simple way to detect signs of alzheimer's. australiaen scientists reporting encouraging results from an experimental eye test. researchers found the thickness of certain blood tests. doctors know it causes changes in the eyes, not just the brain. belmont police are warning the elderly to watch out for a new scam. a 79-year-old woman received a call from someone claiming to
be her grandson, he claimed he was in a traffic accident in lebanon, and needed money wired to him. there have been three more bogus calls this month. officers will host a free fraud prevention program in belmont. an estimated 25,000 people will walk through san francisco this morning to fight a.i.d.s. the ten kilometer event begins at 10:30, and goes through golden gate park. since 1987, the walk has raised more than $74 million for hiv prevention, testing, and care programs. time now, 7:54. let's go right over to rosemary who is hopefully, warming things up over there. 2 to 4 degrees maybe for today. along the coast, late day clearing, as well as cool conditions. you can see outside our doors, we've got the gray with us this morning. even drizzle falling over parts of the bay.
that does include over golden gate park. expect a soggy walk this morning. through the afternoon. partly cloudy skies by the second half of the day. another day of gray skies for most, along the peninsula. temperatures only getting into the upper 50s for the golden gate area. san francisco, 63 expected for the second half of the afternoon. oakland, 68. partly cloudy skies. 78 expected in concord. go inland and its just nice. 73degrees for mountain view. your extended forecast here, temperatures will warm, we're going to see this trough eventually move out of the area come tuesday. but we remain below average in many cases all the way through about thursday, finally getting back to the seasonal norm. mid-60s on thursday for the coast. finally getting into 90 degrees for some of us. sitting in the 80s, monday,
tuesday, and wednesday. still pretty enjoyable along the valley locations. the coastline going to be cool. time now 7:55, the giants are going to look to matt cain today to help them bounce back from a big loss in san diego. in the 1st inning, deep to left for a three run home run. in the third, it was orlando hudson taking zito's offering over the fence for another three run home run to left field. zito was taken out of the game, after giving up 8 runs on 7 hits. the padres won, 11-3. the a's have gonzalez on the mound. in game 1, the a's were down 3- 0, and tried to mount a
comeback, starting with suzuki's run. the a's rally fell short, bobby abreu gave the angels an issuance run. game 2 was a close one. the a's had a one run lead in the 6th inning, vernon wells changed that with a solo home run to left to tie the game at 3. the game would stay tied until the 10th inning, the a's won, 4-3. 35-year-old levi aaron says he can hear voices in his head. authorities say he suffocated an 8-year-old, and stuffed his body parts in a refrigerator and dumpster. investigators are looking into whether he may have committed
other crimes elsewhere. his ex-wife says he lived in memphis and little rock before he moved to new york. >> i'm more saddened about the tragedy of the little boy. my whole heart goes out to his family. >> a neighbor accuses him of trying to kidnap her son, but that she scared him away. time now is 7:57. a heat wave continues to grip much of the u.s. how long the high temperatures are expected to last. plus, what a u.s. senator now wants airlines to do, if your luggage does not arrive when you do.
we will bring you amateur video shot moments after a san francisco shooting. casey anthony is a free woman this morning, where she was taken after her release from a florida jail. and the u.s. soccer team goes for the world cup. you can watch that game just hours from now. it is sunday, july 17. expect more clouds, fogging and
drizzle today. meteorologist rosemary orozco is here. >> we've got drizzle around the bay area. widespread clouds out there. temperatures up just slightly. anywhere from 2 to 4 degrees. that's how we will be for the afternoon. outside of that, not a lot of change. we are looking at that warm up to continue through midweek. we will finally hit 90 degrees in some areas. we'll show you one, coming up in -- when, coming up in just a few moments. a 19-year-old man suspected of not paying his muni fair is dead, after officers shot and killed him. the fatal shooting led to an overnight demonstration in the mission district. more on that protest, and the continuing investigation. >> reporter: we're here live at the intersection of 3rd and oakdale in san francisco's bay view district. you can see there is a department of public works crew here. they're preparing to clean the remaining blood here at the crime scene out of the area. this issue spilled out of the
bay view and into the mission district, where the protests erupted overnight. this is new video into ktvu overnight. a group of protesters angrily about the deadly shooting. those protesters upended garbage cans and newspaper racks. that lasted until about 1:00 a.m. a viewer uploaded video highlighting a handgun lying on the ground. the videographer says a man in a hoody picked up that cell phone and handgun. police say the 19-year-old was a fare evader. >> we believe the suspect fired backwards at the officers. the officers returned fire in self-defense. >> reporter: but witnesses in the area tell ktvu, they have
doubts that the young man had a weapon, and say they believe he was targeted by police. >> it ended up with a chase, with them shooting him in his back. shot him down like an animal. >> reporter: just this morning, we've had several people in the neighborhood tell us, san francisco police have a troubled relationship with this area. they say there have a lot of new officers in the area who don't have the people skills necessary for police work. we'll have more on that coming up in the next half hour. we're still waiting to hear the identity of that man killed in the officer involved shooting yesterday afternoon. we're live in san francisco, ktvu, channel 2 news. time now, 8:03, friends and family of a young man found shot to death are coming together to remember his life. a candlelight memorial now stands at the 76 station where
johntue caldwell was shot. >> they were good friends. thanks to oscar's mom, for helping to help my niece get the plot. right next to each other. they were friends in life, and they'll be friends in death and hopefully in heaven. new this morning, a woman died after being hit by a minivan in san jose. police say the victim was struck on southbound monterey highway, close to old tuley road, just before 10:00 last night. investigators say the driver of the minivan did stop, and stayed to talk to investigators. the cause of the crash is under investigation. a 12-year-old boy is recovering after being hit while riding his bicycle in san jose. police say the boy was taken to santa clara valley medical center with life-threatening injuries. we're now told doctors expect
him to pull through. police questioned a driver at the scene, but released her without any charges. the accident remains under investigation. casey anthony is a free woman. a jury acquitted her earlier this month of killing her 2- year-old daughter caylee. it's believed anthony may have boarded a jet at the orlando airport, but it's not clear where she is now. security experts say anthony needs to keep a low profile. back at the orlando jail take a look at that crowd. casey anthony's release caused some brief chaos. this is a similar picture to what we've seen. in the crowd overnight, protesters were there who were upset, because they believe she is getting away with murder. >> she had such a jury trial that was a bunch of jokes. a 6-year-old would have made a
more conscious effort and decision than what they actually did. >> to boycott casey. that she gets no money. >> most people outside the courthouse said she did not agree with the verdict. others say the judicial system did its job. the august 2 deadline is getting closer, and so far, there is still no deal. talks are not expected to include congressional leaders or president obama. big spending cuts are likely to be part of any deal. however, president obama wants tax increases on the wealthy to be included. republicans have argued against any tax hikes. good morning to you. we are dealing with the gray once again. we will have slow clearing over the bay. and a live look outside our doors, even dealing with a little bit of light drizzle outside. if you are getting out early,
expect some of those damp conditions moving through the area, maybe a hat this morning will do be some good. take a look at that widespread gray all the way through the delta this morning. we do have the onshore breeze. that cool air continuing to invade our area today. temperatures similar to yesterday. slightly warmer in some spots. 56 in oakland. low 60s down into mountain view, san jose reporting 62. 60degrees in livermore with mostly gray sky. over the north bay, we're cloudy. santa fe, napa, looking at low 60s as well. temperatures expected to bump just a bit for the second half of the day. we'll continue this pattern before we see a nice change. that trough still hanging off the coast there, not going to move out of the area until about tuesday. it's going to take most of the
week before we finally see our temperatures real estate bound to -- rebound to what we typically get for mid-july. low clouds and drizzle for the coast this morning. around the bay, dealing with drizzle, and fog this morning. afternoon sunshine expected, again a lot like yesterday. very mild to warm temperatures. 74 expected for sonoma this afternoon. mid-upper 60s richmond into berkely. mid-70s in danville. 76 for pleasanton. 73 for free month, and then the farther south you go, it warms up once again.
75 expected santa clara. upper 70s morgan hill, as well as gilroy. 73 for redwood city. close to the coast, it's going to be a cool one. you're going to need a jacket. 60degrees daly city. low 60s in san francisco, and upper 50s, low 60s for the a.i.d.s. walk this morning, and into the afternoon, your extended forecast here. late clearing day around parts of the bay for today. temperatures ever so slightly, warmer than yesterday. monday, tuesday, and wednesday, we slowly creep. take a look at those temperatures for the coastline, finally getting into the low and mid-60s wednesday and thursday. finally feeling a little bit like summer for our valley locations. coming up in just a little bit, we have your day planner for you. crews have begun the next phase of construction. the golden gate bridge, still socked in. if you're headed off the bridge
into the city, the approach is going to be shut down for a few more hours. there are detours in place. those lanes are affected are on highway 1, coming off of 101. that's going to be in the place until 11:00 a.m. this morning. three and a half hours and counting before the big match. you can join bay area soccer fans in watching the women's world cup final. this will be shown live on a giant screen at san francisco's civic plaza. this year's team went through a final process. an american victory means the u.s. would pocket a record third women's world cup.
the squad is led by hope solo. >> the u.s. can have heart, but japan is fighting for the entire state of their country. not only that, they're a great team. technically, one of the best teams in the tournament. i do think we have the edge physically. our fitness level, just our strength. >> the u.s. team has several bay area connections, including alex morgan. good luck today to the red, white, and blue. time now, 8:11. a busy los angeles freeway is still shut down this morning. it is being called carmageddon. you've probably heard about it. we'll tell you what officials are saying this morning about construction progress on that 405 freeway. plus, lost luggage. what a u.s. senator is proposing airlines do, if you do not get your bags when you land at the airport.
good morning to you, a live look, berkely this morning. mostly gray skies, and a cool start to the day. right now, the 405 freeway in los angeles remains shut down, the weekend commute is actually moving without any problems. the 405 freeway shut down on friday night, so crews could demolish what you're looking at. that's the mulholland bridge. many were afraid surface streets and other streets would just clog up. >> what we want to emphasize to
people is, it's working. it's working because they're cooperating. they're staying away from the west side. >> the 405 freeway is scheduled to reopen tomorrow morning, just in time for that rush hour commute. jetblue airlines decided they were going to help southland residents get around this weekend, by selling $4 flights that took you between long beach and burbank. that inspired a so-called carmageddon competition. passengers and bicyclists raced to find out who could make that trip fastest. cyclists won, they made the trip in about 90 minutes. at that point, the jetblue passenger hadn't even taken off for burbank. the republican candidates will be getting questions via twitter. users will be able to tweet
candidates their questions in 180 characters or less. republican presidential hopeful, ron paul is on the campaign trail this weekend. he spent some time talking to voters at a coffee shop in new hampshire yesterday. he says he is focused on the nation's growing deficit, and said that debt ceiling should not be increased. john huntsman pulled into salt lake city on a harley. despite being the former governor, a new public poll shows mitt romney pulling ahead. secretary of state, hillary clinton is landing a helping hand to greece. she is in athens to show
america's support for the financial crisis. clinton is on the second leg of a 12 day around the world diplomatic tour. she visits india tomorrow, and later indonesia, hong kong, and china. she says the u.s. must show solidarity with india. chinese officials are angry with president obama this morning after he met with the dalai lama. they met for about 45 minutes yesterday, praising him for embracing nonviolence. however, mr. obama reiterated that the united states does not support independence for tibet. china accuses the dalai lama of being a separatist. earlier this year, the dalai
lama said he is now only the spiritual leader of the tibetens. the crew aboard the space shuttle atlantis is preparing to head back to earth. atlantis is scheduled to land in florida on thursday, capping the end of the 30 year shuttle program. part of the country is dealing with extreme heat this morning. temperatures in some areas are 15 degrees higher than normal. the blistering heat has prompted health warnings in cities such as milwaukee. the mayor has even designated eight cool spots where sprinklers will continuey run at parks. >> for children of alages, get out here, underneath the water. use the sprinkles, use the pools. forecasters predict the hot weather will spread into the
mid-atlantic in the next few days. wednesday's storm damaged almost 1/3 of frontier's airbus fleet. those are moving around the country to be repaired. >> aircraft skin very delicate. it's the structures underneath the skin that give the airlines its strength. >> travelers should expect delays. frontier is waving change fees for those who need to reschedule. several airlines announced this week they're raising domestic fares. united, continental, and delta said fares are going up by 4 to $10. a u.s. senator says if airlines do not start
reimbursing fees for baggage lost, he will introduce a bill to do that. new york senator, charles schumer says airlines should voluntarily refund passengers when their checked baggage does not arrive when they do. borders has until 5:00 p.m. to find a buyer. a deal with an equity firm fell apart. they closed more than 200 stores nationwide after it filed for bankruptcy in february. there are currently 405 stores still open in the bay area. there are stores in santa rosa, vacaville, palo alto, and sunnyvale. production costs including ethanol subsidies, have negated
some gains. the sacramento bee reports california lost 250 independent dairies. the u.s. department of agriculture says consumers can expect a 5% jump in dairy prices this year. a colorado teacher is attacked by a bear while camping. what he says saved him from the 200-pound animal. coming up, what you can expect for the afternoon, and when we will finally get back to 90 degrees. what are you reading, sweetie?
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a volcano in indonesia has unleashed its most powerful eruption yesterday. the volcano has been dormant for years, but rumbled back to life last week. a series of overnight blasts claimed the life of a woman who suffered a heart attack. time now, 8:24. i know it didn't have to be smoking hot in july, rosemary, i need it a little bit warmer than what we're getting. >> a lot like spring these days, especially for inland areas. you may just be enjoying that. we eventual have a -- eventually will be getting back to the summer like heat. gray skies. could be a little damp outside your door. temperatures holding on. 56 along the coastline in some
of our bay area spots. low 60s inland. partly cloudy skies for your lunch hour. along the coast, a cool one, 58 degrees. gray skies. for the afternoon, just a tad warmer than yesterday. temperatures ranging upper 50s from the coast to low 70s around our inland areas, even reaching 80 degrees for antioch today. a little breezy, but not too bad. winds generally, between 10 and 15 miles per hour. your extended forecast here, again, the slow warm up, rolling into next week, it takes all the way until midweek wednesday and thursday before the coastline gets to feeling a little bit more comfortable. low and mid-60s. our low and inland areas warming up into the low to mid- 90s. two people are injured after a train derailment in minnesota. you can see cars tipped over, there was material spilled out on those tracks.
that train belongs to the burlington northern santa fe company. the company says it's going to take a clear the track. right now, it's believed heavy rain swept away the train track foundation and that led to that derailment. a 13-year-old colorado boy is recovering after a bear attack. rick vas was camping when the bear went into his tent in the middle of the night, apparently looking for food. the boy woke up to find the 200- pound male black bear biting his left leg. >> he tried to pull me out at one point. luckily, my pajamas just broke, so he just took my pajamas. >> park rangers used tracking to hunt down the bear and killed it fearing an attack on other people. a bald eagle will sooning flying high again. the eagle's name is patriot. this past week, the vet jumped
into action, and gave him some mouth to beak resuscitation. he has been under the vet's care for a month after getting hit by a car. if you would like to, you can keep track of his progress. just follow patriot on his very own twitter account. the user name is ben's bald eagle. about 200 active duty troops marched in san diego's gay pride parade. they all wore shirts declaring their branch of service. parade organizers think this is the first time military contingent participated. they say it's time to end the military's ban on openly gay service members. how police say he harassed barbara boxer. 0!ockñ?çóxo?ñ=çñññçvxqx?ñññ?óioy
this morning, the investigation is underway into a fatal officer involved shooting in san francisco. that shooting left a 19-year- old man dead in san francisco's bay view district. >> reporter: we are just about a block away from that muni rail stop. we're at oakdale and third here. this is where that shooting incident wound up. the 19-year-old who was shot by police officers wound up just on the other side of that chain barrier over there. this did start on the t 3rd line over there. police say officers detained the young man briefly, and said
the young man took off on foot. >> during the course of the foot pursuit, at this point, we believe the suspect fired back at the officers. the officers returned fire, in self-defense. >> reporter: officers told us the incident started because they believed that young man was a fare evader. a viewer linked an email to this video. it shows what the videographer says is a handgun on the growpt. we've had several people come to us this morning to tell us, san francisco police are too quick to resolve violence in the bay district. >> we have had many about 50 new officers in this area that have been assigned to come to this area to get to work. it's getting worses.
they overreact when they come out. >> reporter: now this issue has spilled out of the bay view and into the mission district. this is new video shot last night of protesters angry at the deadly police shooting. those protesters upended garbage cans and newspaper racks. that lasted until about 1:00 this morning. so far, san francisco police are still not releasing the name of the man who died in the shooting. a san rafael man faces a charge of threatening the life of barbara boxer. an investigation identified the caller as 47-year-old kevin joseph o'connell. police arrested him at his home, and booked him into jail. bail stands at half a million dollars. he is scheduled to make his
first court appearance on tuesday. officials are trying to figure out who opened more than a dozen fire hydrants. authorities say they were opened overnight friday. fire officials say this is not a harmless prank. if hydrants are damaged, they could be unavailable in emergency. firefighters in oakland are investigating a fire at a school building near webster and 17th streets. police say the fire at armstrong university was contained to the basement, which made it more difficult to fight. about 70, to 80 firefighters responded. firefighters say they believe the fire was accidental, but the cause is still under investigation. friends and family members of a woman who's body was found in oakland's rockridge neighborhood are holding a fumed razor today. her burned body was discovered on thursday. investigators say they're following several leads in her death. so far, no arrests have been
made. today's car wash fundraiser begins at 11:00 a.m. the money raised is going to go towards funeral costs and a trust fund that has been set up for her young son. residents in the iron triangle neighborhood held a fundraiser. police say a $5 million redevelopment grant transformed a park and community center. >> we came together and decided to change the dynamic of this park to make it a better place. >> city leaders hope yesterday's event encourages state politicians not to cut funding to much needed redevelopment projects. more than 1300 crashes occurred in the bay area in 2009. tomorrow, all state insurance
will post caution signs. sacramento's capital mall posted a similar sign last week. good morning to you, we continue with this cool pattern outside our door this morning. plenty of gray. a slow clearing for the coastline, and our inland areas are expected to be sunny once again. a look there at the golden gate, we've even got drizzle falling over the bay area this morning. so a damp start to the day. the winds generally light and the onshore breeze not as strong, you can see that low cloud deck, well inland this morning. the north bay dealing with just a light breeze. 63degrees from santa rosa. from the bay, we're looking at gray skies. fairfield, mostly gray. vacaville mostly sunny. it stops right there. 61 for concord right now. 60 for livermore. closer to the coast, we're looking at 57 degrees right now
in san francisco. mid-50s, oakland. 62 right now, redwood city checking in right about 59 degrees. we'll continue with this pattern for the next couple of days as the trough just hangs right off the coast. we are looking at temperatures anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees below average for this time of year. your satellite and radar shows you, just that trough right there. easy to see, it's going to lift out by about tuesday. between now and then, just subtle changes in the forecast. expect today, near replica. our coastline going to still be cool. your forecast here. a little change. fog, clouds, patchy drizzle. temperatures up 2 to 4 degrees right now, and will be the case for the afternoon. widespread 70s, north bay, into
areas around santa rosa. 75 for santa rosa. 74 in napa. 75 expected walnut creek. antioch, and brentwood looking at 80s for the afternoon. men low park, they have the mid- summer festival of park. going to be 75 this afternoon. 60degrees daly city. low 60s san francisco, for the afternoon there. extended forecast, we're going to see the gradual warm up we've been talking about, but will be blow average, wednesday and thursday, finally back into the low and mid-60s for the coast. upper 80s low 90s for our inland areas. we have your lunchtime numbers coming up in just a little bit. continuing coverage now on the release of casey anthony, just about two weeks ago, the 25-year-old was acquitted in the death of her 2-year-old
daughter. live in orlando, where anthony was released. >> reporter: where casey anthony is at this hour is anybody's guess at this point. her attorneys were successful at throwing members of the media off in the overnight hours. the helicopters and folks on the ground lost site of her. video of her leaving the orange county jail, walking out the front door, wearing a pink polo shirt, and her hair in a bun. her primary attorney by her side. they got into a motorcade. a gray suburban, a cream colored chevy tahoe, with a white follow car, then drove to the bank of america parking garage in downtown orlando, where her other attorney has an office. it is there where they did a
bait and switch. the suv never reemerged, but other ones did. it's not clear where casey anthony went. at the same time, there was police activity across town at the orlando executive airport. a private plane was fueled up, and ready to go on the runway. no one physically saw casey anthony getting into that aircraft. a crowd of about 300 protesters gathered outside of the jail when anthony left, there was a heavy police presence. in fact, some officers on horseback. protesters holding signs and chanting things like baby killer. at this point, there have been a tremendous amount of rumors. we've heard everything from puerto rico to new york to
visiting her aunt in texas. we simply don't know. mum is the word. the attorneys not disclosing any of that information because they say her safety is key here. >> i'm hearing there are actually two flights leaving that orlando airport. >> reporter: that's what's little bit confusing. there was a flight at 1:00 a.m., and then a flight at 3:00 a.m. again, the one at 1:00, according to the officials were warying golf clubs. then a group of golfers here on vacation in florida, and were flying back to ohio. we do understand the flight plans were not required to be made public. it is possible that casey anthony was on that 3:00 a.m. flight. it was really difficult to tell, despite the media staking out that area, and the police helicopters. no one physically saw casey anthony getting onboard a plane, but anything is possible
at this point. they did a really good job last night of eluding the media. normally, we're good at tracking that kind of stuff. no one knows where she wound up. kind of bizarre, vanishing in the night. people who want to see san francisco mayor ed lee stay on the job made a new push this weekend. >> ed lee, we got your back, yeah. >> members of run, ed, run walked the streets in the bay area yesterday. lee has said he wants to return to his old city administrator post when he finishes his term. members say lee is the only person who can unify san francisco. >> we need to work together, and ed is the one who can promote that racial harmony that we need in the city that has been lacking for years and years. >> members of run ed run have
until august 12 to convince lee to run for mayor. time now, 8:41. the lanes between lake street and the northbound approach to the golden gate bridge are shut down. caltran says it's time to get rid of the old doyle drive roadway. >> highway 1 is now two lanes. the exit you're going from golden gate bridge to highway 1. >> the entire project is set to be complete by 2014. both directions of the san mateo bridge will be shut down for two weekends. the bridge already wept through some repairs back in 1999, but inspectors have since found a crack in a 30-foot beam on the
day, even a little bit of drizzle over parts of the bay area this morning. we do have some breaking news right now from southern california. several los angeles stations are reporting the 405 freeway is going to reopen today. that's a day early. take a live look. you can see, looks like things are pretty calm there. reports say the roadway is going to open sometime between 11:00 a.m. this morning, and 3:00 p.m. in the afternoon. we're expected too hear an exact time a little later. the 405 shut down late friday night, so a bridge could be demolished. the demolition work has been ahead of schedule all weekend, and the gridlock feared because of the closure has not been seen. we've also just learned in the last 10 minutes, president
obama will nominate ex-ohio attorney journal to head the financial economy. last year, president obama appointed elizabeth warren. new this morning, militants are demanding a ransom, after kidnapping a filipino born u.s. citizen. officials say the two americans were allowed to talk briefly to their family back in virginia. the suspected kidnappers are members of a group known to be linked to al-qaeda. coalition forces have killed at least 13 fighters in afghanistan. the shootout ended after a nato air strike. there are no coalition
casualties. nato forces say insurgents were hiding out in a school building. the man nicknamed the butcher of brooklyn is undergoing an see valuation. authorities say he suffocated an 8-year-old, and stuffed body parts in a refrigerator and dumpster. investigators are looking into whether he may have committed similar crimes elsewhere. his ex-wife says he lived in memphis, and little rock before moving to new york. >> i'm more saddened about the tragedy of the little boy, and my whole heart and soul goes out to his family. >> a neighbor of aaron accuses him of trying to kidnap her son, but she says she scared him away. a gunshot victim tries to spare the life of the man who pulled the trigger. the shooting left him partially
blind. right now, the shooter is on death row, he was convicted of kiln an islamic man following the september 11 attacks. >> if mark is given a chance to live, i believe he will become a spokesperson. >> he says he is a changed man, and has apologized for all the pain he has caused his victims and their families. new this morning from japan, the biggest supermarket chain says it sold beef -- the company says it sold the beef at 14 stores in tokyo. all but two of the 33 chilean miners trapped underground for 69 days last year are suing the government for negligence. a lawyer claims the government
in charge of overseeing standards inside the mine failed to ensure a safe work environment. the suit seats seats -- seeks compensation of a half million dollars for each miner. venezuelan president hugo chavez has gone to cuba for more cancer treatment. he handed over some responsibilities during a televised cabinet meeting. the chemotherapy comes nearly a month after surgeons removed a cancerous tumor. the phone hacking scandal fallout continues for rupert murdoch and news corps. rebekah brooks was arrested today. the 43-year-old is facing charges for phone hacking, that targeted celebrities, the
families of 9/11 victims, as well as the royal family. the bbc reports murdoch and his company were not aware brooks would be arrested when she resigned this week. rupert murdoch took ads out last weeking saying the company is sorry about the scandal. >> the entire british public is engaged, and i think what they're really concerned about, what they ought to be concerned about is if the american public gets engaged. if that happens, you really should start writing news corps's obituary. an estimated 25,000 people will trek through san francisco this morning to fight a.i.d.s. the 10-kilometer event agains at 10:30, and goes through golden gate park. since 1987, the veep has raised
more than $70 million for hiv testing, prevention, and programs. we're just hours away from the u.s. facing japan in the women's world cup final. there is an animal in germany who has already decided who is going to win today. our weather for today, a lot like yesterday. coming up, whether you can expect temperatures to warm any over saturday. sweetie? her diary. when you're done, i'd love some feedback. sure. your mom and i read that thing cover-to-cover. loved it. thanks. would you mind if i cut the lawn this weekend? only if you let me talk to your mother on the phone for hours on end. done. [ male announcer ] u-verse brings peace to the family. at&t u-verse lets you record four shows at once from any room and play them back on any tv. get u-verse tv for only $29 a month for 6 months. in the network, everyone can get along. get u-verse tv for only $29 a month for 6 months.
of san francisco will file a lawsuit against cvs exterior over paint damage to muni's. he says that goes against a 2004 contract. the city is asking for $100,000. a bay area man is doing his part. every month he says two tons of supplies overseas. >> we send over chalk powder that our service members are using to identify where roadside bombs are in place. in worst case scenarios they're using bottle caps. the giants will look to matt cain today to help them bounce back from a big loss in san diego yesterday. the padres got to barry zito
early, and big. bottom of the 1st, guzman takes one to left for a shot. orlando hudson with yet another three run home run. zito was yanked after giving up 8 runs on 7 hits. the padres went on to win 11-3. the angels and a's played baseball's first scheduled double header in eight years. the a's tried to mount a comeback after a run scored on a sac fly. weeks singled into right center and plated another run. the a's late rally fell short, as bobby abreu gave the insurance run in the 9th inning. they take game 1, 4-2. game 2, that was a bit of a closer one. the a's, had a one run lead in the 6th inning, vernon wells
changed that with a solo shot to tie the game. scott sizemore put the pitch into center field for the walk off single. the a's win in 10, 4-3. the u.s. hopes she's wrong. nelly boots her trunks of soccer balls into the net with nation's flag. she has predicted japan will beat the united states. if you want to see if nelly is spot on, the game begins at 11:45 this morning. >> we hope she's wrong. let's go over to rosemary orozco for one last check on your weather this morning. >> clouds, a little mist. looking at cool conditions once again. inland areas another enjoyable forecast for you. into 9:00, still sitting upper
50s along the coastline. mid-60s inland in your lunchtime hours for the valley locations. upper 60s, low 70s, along the coast we're going to hold onto the upper 50s all day long. low 80s in the forecast for some of the warmest spots. widespread 70s inland today. 63 san francisco. 68 in oakland. if you are headed out to see the a's this afternoon, partly cloudy, to mostly cloudy skies. in the extended forecast, we've been talking about this gradual warm up. it's going to take until wednesday and thursday, before we get back to those seasonal averages. >> but it's going back up. >> that's going to do it for us on mornings on 2. have a great sunday, everyone. ♪ [ music ]